What happens when two talented Swedes, one a photographer, the other a creative florist, cross paths? Botanical magic that's what!
Peter Ericsson and Linnea Persson enthral with their floral masterpieces. An orchid becomes an insects body, alstroemeria petals become wings and anthers become antenna, to name just a few of their floral finds.
Print size 40 x 60 cm.
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All of us have probably ever been fascinated by both insect and plant richness of color, its designs and unpredictable compositions. Florist Linnea Persson has not only enthralled by just this but also asked about the sharpness and thus gained a whole new world to emerge. Suddenly spoke flowers a different language. An acorn became an insect's body and wings were discovered in maple noses. Alstromerians pattern rich petals became the butterfly's wings and gave anthuriumens flower piston life. An imaginative creation took shape. Photographer Peter Ericsson was contacted to take the project further. The two have previously made the assignments together in the form of interior design feature articles to various magazines, where Linnea accounted for styling and Peter for the photo.
|Size||40 x 60 cm|
|Material||Offset print on Munken Polar 240g paper|
|Designer||Peter Ericsson & Linnea Persson|
|Note||Delivered rolled in a smart poster tube decorated with the image on the outside.|